Coolest Desktop Screenshot Wins Prize -- Winners Announced
Take a screenshot of your desktop and post it to the Linux Journal Flickr pool (or e-mail it to us). Our editors will pick the 5 they deem "coolest" on Monday and we'll post them here for all to revel in. Winners will receive our handsome new 2010 Tux the Penguin Wall Calendars as their prize.
The contest ended Sunday, November 22, 2009 at 5pm U.S. Central Time (23:00 GMT). Our 5 winners have been contacted via e-mail and are featured here below:
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